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Submitted by Tolkoto 840d ago | article

The weird and bizarre side of 25 years of Street Fighter Read

Last month, publisher/developer Capcom released the Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collection Set for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 — a gigantic package that would put E. Honda’s formidable girth to shame. Within the myriad of discs inside is one excellent, must-see documentary that covers the Street Fighter phenomenon from its arcade roots to its current high-level tournament play.

The creators of this documentary, Area 5, recently stopped by the GamesBeat office to give us a behind-the-scenes tour of their two months of filming, filled with fascinating stories (many of which never made it into the final cut). (Arcade, Capcom, PS3, Retro, Xbox 360)

davidfca  +   840d ago
Street Fighter wontons, stuffed with 100% pure USDA choice ground street fighters.
Sadie2100  +   840d ago
What is the black bar coming out of Ryu's crotch?
kingPoS  +   840d ago
Is Ryu the new face of capcom? He's in practically every street fghter game from 1-SxT.

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